Bellendon, like Cutlack, is a lost Admiral’s Men play recorded by Henslowe. Like Cutlack, it was first recorded in performance at Newington Butts in the summer of 1594. Where Cutlack went on to nine subsequent performances, Bellendon enjoyed more than 20, and stayed in the repertory of the Admiral’s Men for at least three years. As one of the most successful plays of the mid-1590s, as one of the most persistent rivals of the early Shakespeares, it surely deserves serious scholarly attention. The question that this chapter poses is: what happened in it?